CHYME Studio

CHYME Studio

5.0 (3)
Best of 2019
1 employee
6 years in business

About this pro

I'm a 200 hour RYT with over 2500 hours of teaching experience. I'm also certified to teach Chair Yoga and Restorative Yoga. I'm currently training for a Specialized Low Back Certification.

With over 12 years of teaching experience I've learned to modify poses, use props (& and sense of humor) to make yoga accessible for everyone! I love working with the 50+ population - you are my peeps!

My style of teaching leans toward a more therapeutic, adaptive style that helps my students increase their strength, improve range of motion, relieve pain and tension and listen deeply to the messages of their body.

I am currently accepting private yoga students on Tues/Wed/Thurs between the hours of 11-2.

Please call to inquire about availability.

I am in awe of the human body and I LOVE anatomy! So when a student arrives with a particular discomfort or chronic issue I get excited about exploring options that will bring relief. I am forever researching and learning to better serve my students.

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Credentials

Longmont, CO 80504
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • J

    I most appreciated the time for the personal "breakdown" of the poses I had questions about for my body, without worrying about taking others' time from a group class.

  • Kathryn Pierce

    Corey cares deeply about each of her clients. She listens carefully and thoroughly, then researches to help her put together a program that is incredibly right for the individual. I couldn't ask for a more caring, adaptable, patient coach and mentor. One on one yoga practice with Corey is truly magical!!!

  • Tamara Mapula

    I have been attending Corey's classes for a few years and always end up coming back to her classes after trying other studios and classes. Her energy, style, and way of making everyone feel at ease to be themselves is refreshing. The class attendees have all bonded and it has been a great experience!



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

The first couple of sessions are all about you getting comfortable with me and my style of teaching and me learning about your body: how it moves, where it hurts, your strength and flexibility level, etc. From there we start to build a sequence that we will work on for several weeks to build familiarity and strength. Then we'll change it up with a new sequence customized for your body and your life.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

E-RYT200 with over 2500 hours of instruction

Certified Chair Yoga Instructor

Certified Restorative Yoga Instructor

Certified Low Back Specialist - currently in training


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$85 - Single Session

$400 - Five Session Pkg ($80/session)

$750 - Ten Session Pkg ($75/session)

I take cash, check, credit card


How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching the same week I started yoga teacher training (YTT)... in the office of a chiropractor. My YTT was in power yoga and geared toward fit individuals. My first students could not do that level of yoga. So from day one I have taught beginners and I learned to modify yoga poses and sequences to meet the beginning yoga student.


What types of students have you worked with?

I love making yoga accessible to people who think they can't do yoga. I tend to attact yoga students who are mid-lifers (40+), beginners and people who have injuries or chronic issues from daily life.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

An additional event that I offer my students is

108 Peace Chants on the Solstices

We gather as a community and send a peace chant out into the world and set intentions for our own personal or spiritual growth. Then we socialize. It's a great way to build community and get to know other students.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Find a teacher who you resonate with! There are a lot of teachers in our area - we live in a bit of a Yoga Mecca. Don't give up on yoga because you didn't like the teacher. Keep searching and find someone who will help you learn to listen more deeply to the messages of your body.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Do you have any medical conditions that might interfere with your yoga practice?

Do you have chronic tightness or pain?

What are you looking to get from your yoga practice?


Lessons offered